I just got about 150-200 different 3-views on e-bay from WWII and earlier. Let me know what you want and I'll see if I have it. The only thing I ask is don't waste my time if you're not going to use it...
I just wanted to update this. Here are all of the manufacturers folders for the 3-views I have scanned. Some of the bigger ones like Boeing have over a dozen 3-views in them, while some may only have one. In addition, I have many cars, trucks, tanks and buses. I just need some ships now. ;D
Let me know what you need in an e-mail and I'll get back to you...
Well, I got the first batch of these scanned and sorted out tonight, and here's about a third of what I got total. This is mainly the WWI years with the post war and WWII sets to come. These are all model plans, numbering anywhere from 1-5 pages for each. Please correct me if I screwed any of these up as I am new to planes this early...
Wow, I would be interested in the XP-54, XP-67, and Bell XP-77 (I like the weird stuff We're working on something already on your list, but I'll find out from Ed (The modeller extrordinaire) if he needs anymore drawings.
You wouldn't happen to have any XB-42 cockpit info, would you? I have an excellent drawing of that bird, but not a single piece of cockpit info.
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Ivan Hsu made some nice later versions of the Hawk.
Roger, where did you find that one, I found a reference to a file called p63hawk.aip, but can't find it posted anywhere. I have another P-6E Hawk by Jack Hill, p6e_fs9.zip, but the fuselage colors are too yellow and the fuselage band and landing gear is too brown instead of black? Even Biplaneflyer only has that one on his site.